1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A hot body is brought into contact with a colder body until their temperatures are the same. Assume that no other bodies are around. 1.Is the heat lost by one body equal to the hear gained by the other? 2.Is the temp drop of one body equal to the temp increase of the other? 2. Relevant equations No equations needed. 3. The attempt at a solution I am sure that the heat lost by one is equal to the heat gained by the other, as heat is defined as the energy transferred from one body to the other due to a difference in temp. But I am not sure if this necessarily implies that the drop in temp of one is equal to the rise in temp of the other? Could someone please explain? Thanks!